from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Animated; lively.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Lively and animated.
- n. A radio operator.
- n. An electrician; an electrical engineer.
There's something there - an underlying belief that there's something "sparky" to this thing called "love" - and there is - but my question is, have we blown that out of proportion?
This is a personal choice so if you don't like 'sparky' brightly colored running shoes they may not be for you.
December 22nd, 2009 British singer ALEXANDRA BURKE has downplayed reports of a feud with her mother, insisting their relationship has always been "sparky".
If this is "sparky" he is neither a sheep rancher nor a retired teacher … he is a shill.
"sparky" password when he noted that on at least one occasion, Mr. Arneson supposedly made data base inquiries on himself and his wife.
This, in her last appearance in Coronation Street, was the sad but sparky Becky McDonald to her whey-faced enemy Deirdre.
This is also a neo-liberal class war by the managment unionizers who think they should be immune - not really "unfairly" targeted, but not targeted at all. sparky
Prior to The Low Down, Thraves had graduated from the Royal College of Art and gone on to make sparky short films and innovative music videos.
Seems likely to me that Gates had a budget all ready to submit, and team Obama yanked it back and said “not so fast there, sparky”.
For one thing, she's got an enormous range of voices – from the well-observed to the utterly bizarre – that she uses to create a galaxy of fresh-feeling and sparky comic characters.
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